4 edition of The family letters of Samuel Butler, 1841-1889 found in the catalog.
The family letters of Samuel Butler, 1841-1889
|Statement||Selected, edited, and introduced by Arnold Silver|
|LC Classifications||PR4349 B7 Z537|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
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: The Family Letters of Samuel Butler, (): Butler, Samuel, Silver, Arnold Jacques: Books. The letters in this collection form a miniature biography of the major part of Butler's life.
They span the years from tofrom his sixth to his fifty-first year. By the time the last letter was written, Butler had completed his most important work.
Get this from a library. The family letters of Samuel Butler, [Samuel Butler; Arnold Jacques Silver]. The family letters of Samuel Butler, [Samuel Butler; Arnold Jacques Silver] -- Spanning the years from totwo-thirds of these letters have never appeared in print, they acquire their greatest value in connection with the author's novel, "The way of all flesh.".
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Butler was the son of the Reverend Thomas Butler and grandson of Samuel Butler, headmaster of Shrewsbury School and later bishop of Lichfield. After six years at Shrewsbury, the young Samuel went to St. John’s College, Cambridge, and was graduated in His father wished him to be a clergyman.
Samuel Butler (4 December 1841-1889 book 18 June ) was the iconoclastic English author of the Utopian satirical novel Erewhon () and the semi-autobiographical Bildungsroman The Way of All Flesh, published posthumously in Both have remained in print ever since.
In other studies he examined Christian orthodoxy, evolutionary thought, and Italian art, and made prose Born: 4 DecemberLangar. Nov. Between this date and May,some Extracts from The Note-Books of Samuel Butler appeared in the New Quarterly Review under the editorship of Desmond MacCarthy.
July The first Erewhon dinner at Pagani’s Restaurant, Great Portland Street; 32 persons present: the day was fixed by Professor Marcus Hartog. The Life And Works Of Samuel Butler ( — ) By (see The Background) (From Literary Criticism) Only scanty materials for an account of Samuel Butler's life survive.
The son of a farmer, he was born at Strensham in Worcestershire, 8 Februaryand died in London in the year Civil War collections at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania are excellent primary resources that offer eyewitness accounts and reveal the fears, prejudices, and heroism of the individual soldier, as well as the deprivation and destruction of civilian life, in.
Samuel Butler was born probably on 4 December at Langar Rectory, Nottinghamshire, England, and was baptised on 17 December He was the second child of the Reverend Thomas Butler and his wife, Fanny Worsley. He was educated at Shrewsbury School from to and St John's College, Cambridge, from to Butler, Samuel, –80, English poet and satirist.
During the Puritan Revolution he served Sir Samuel Luke, a noted officer of Cromwell. After the restoration of Charles II, he wrote his famous mock-heroic poem Hudibras (pub. in 3 parts, ), an envenomed satire against the Puritans in which Luke was the model for the butt Sir Hudibras.
FORE-EDGE PAINTING. BUTLER, Samuel. Hudibras. By Samuel Butler. With Dr. Gray's Annotations. A New Edition Corrected and Enlarged. In Three Volumes. London: Charles & Henry Baldwyn, HBS $2, Erewhon: or, Over the Range (/ ɛ r ɛ hw ɒ n /) is a novel by Samuel Butler which was first published anonymously in The title is also the name of a country, supposedly discovered by the protagonist.
In the novel, it is not revealed where Erewhon is, but it is clear that it is a fictional meant the title to be understood as the word "nowhere" backwards even Author: Samuel Butler. Erewhon, in full Erewhon; or, Over the Range, satirical novel by Samuel Butler, first published anonymously in During Butler’s lifetime, his reputation rested on the success of Erewhon, which he claimed as his own when it met with immediate approval.
It was the only work from which Butler earned a profit. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project by: The notebooks of Samuel Butler Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original Pages: Samuel Butler (–), English writer, artist and satirist wrote The Way of All Flesh () and earned the praise of George Bernard Shaw who deemed him "the greatest English writer of the latter half of the nineteenth century" Samuel Butler was born on 4 December at the rectory at Langar, near Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England.
His mother Fanny Worsley. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Butler, Samuel, The life and letters of Dr.
Samuel Butler, head-master of Shrewsbury schooland afterwards bishop of Lichfield, in so far as they illustrate the scholastic religious, and social life of England, (London: J. Murray, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).Still, some evidence allows for a very rough approximation of the volume of soldiers’ letters.
In The Union War, Gary Gallagher notes that one Union regimental chaplain sent out 3, letters in a single month. Allowing for variations in volume depending on the time of year and overall strength of this regiment.Samuel Butler FRS (30 January – 4 December ) was an English classical scholar and schoolmaster of Shrewsbury, and Bishop of Lichfield.
His grandson was Samuel Butler (–), noted author of the novel Erewhon.